Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger has finally given a hint on who would finally succeed him at the London club.
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The French coach, who has been in Arsenal since 1996, said that he will not imitate former Manchester United counterpart Alex Ferguson by selecting his own successor.
Ferguson recommended David Moyes to the United board after retiring last year, but the former Everton manager has endured a disappointing first season at Old Trafford.
Wenger, 64, recently presided over his 1,000th game as Arsenal manager, but he feels that it will not be his responsibility to play a part in the recruitment process when the club go in search of their next head coach.
“I always said, and you can check that, everybody has his job (at the club). My job is to do well for the team, not to do anything else,” he said, in comments reported by several British newspapers on Saturday.
Asked if he would choose his own successor, the Frenchman replied: “No.”